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Harold W. Levitt

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Current Electric Contracting & Design, Inc.

HQ Phone:  (818) 342-2288

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Current Electric Contracting & Design, Inc.

17216 Saticoy Street #312

Van Nuys, California,91406

United States

Company Description

We have been involved in over two dozen HomeWorks projects in the greater Los Angeles area. The majority of these projects were designed and engineered in house by our factory-trained staff. Current Electric has maintained an in house training system since 1... more

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Levitt +Moss Architects - biography

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History / Harold W. Levitt
Levitt + Moss Architects was established in 2001 by Kyle Moss, upon the closure of Harold W. Levitt and Associates, where Kyle worked alongside Harold to design and supervise residential and commercial projects. Mr. Levitt started his practice in the early 1950's after working for the famous residential designers Roland Coate and Burton Schutt. Mr. Levitt's work reflects the best modern design philosophies of mid-century Los Angeles. The interpenetration of the indoors and outdoors was used extensively throughout his projects. Large glass surfaces, interior courtyards, and surprising entry sequences were used throughout his residential work in efforts to blur the boundary between the interior and exterior. In many of the homes he designed a solid large-scale door appears from the street as the entrance, but the door will lead instead to a protected courtyard. Mr. Levitt's natural graciousness combined with his artistic vision made the ideal combination for a residential designer, and over his half-century career Mr. Levitt built long lasting relationships with many of his clients. Mr. Levitt also designed many notable commercial projects such as the Riviera Hotel in Las Vegas and the Academy of Motion Pictures, Arts and Sciences Building in Los Angeles. Harold Levitt was born in San Francisco on July 26, 1921. He earned a bachelor's degree in graphic arts at Stanford University and an architecture degree at University of Southern California. He retired from his own practice to Reno, Nevada at age 79, and died from natural causes two years later.


Levitt +Moss Architects - archive

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Harold W. Levitt Archive
Harold W. Levitt Archive Harold W. Levitt Archive Harold Levitt is perhaps best remembered for the homes he designed for Hollywood's elite, including Walter Mirish, Steven Spielberg, and Lew Wasserman. Mr. Levitt started his practice in the early 1950's after working for the famous residential designers Roland Coate and Burton Schutt. Mr. Levitt's work reflects the best modern design philosophies of mid-century Los Angeles. The intermixing and re-interpenetration of the indoors and outdoors was used extensively in his projects. Large glass surfaces, interior courtyards, and surprising entry sequences exist throughout his residential work and blur the boundary between the interior and exterior. In many of the homes, Mr. Levitt designed a solid large-scale door that appears from the street as the entrance to the home, but the door will lead instead to a protected courtyard. Mr. Levitt's natural graciousness combined with his artistic vision made the ideal combination for a residential designer, and over his half-century career Mr. Levitt built long lasting relationships with many of his clients. Mr. Levitt also designed many notable commercial projects such as the Riviera Hotel in Las Vegas and the Academy of Motion Pictures, Arts and Sciences Building in Los Angeles. Harold Levitt was born in San Francisco on July 26, 1921. He earned a bachelor's degree in graphic arts at Stanford University and an architecture degree at University of Southern California. He retired from his own practice to Reno, Nevada at age 79, and died from natural causes two years later.


Harold Levitt Architect

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Harold Levitt, Architect
Harold Levitt is perhaps best remembered for the homes he designed for Hollywood’s elite, including Walter Mirish, Steven Spielberg, and Lew Wasserman. Mr. Levitt started his own architectural practice in the early 1950’s after working for the famous residential designer Roland Coate and then Burton Schutt. The interpenetration of the indoors and outdoors was used extensively within Mr. Levitt’s work. Large glass surfaces, interior courtyards, and surprising entry sequences were all used throughout his residential work in efforts to blur the boundary between the interior and exterior. In many of the homes he designed a solid large-scale door will appear from the street as the entrance, but the door will instead lead to a protected courtyard. Mr. Levitt’s natural graciousness combined with his artistic vision made the ideal combination for a residential designer, and over his half-century career Mr. Levitt built long lasting relationships with many of his clients. Mr. Levitt also designed many notable commercial projects such as the Riviera Hotel in Las Vegas and the Academy of Motion Pictures, Arts and Sciences Building in Los Angeles. Harold Levitt was born in San Francisco on July 26, 1921. He earned a bachelor’s degree in graphic arts at Stanford University and an architecture degree at University of Southern California. He retired from his own practice to Reno, Nevada at age 79, and died from natural causes two years later. This website represents only a small sample of Harold Levitt’s work. We would like to continue to add to it and encourage all who have stories to share or images of Mr. Levitt’s work to please send them to us. The above images represent only a small sample of Harold Levitt’s work. We would like to continue to add to it and encourage all who have stories to share or images of Mr. Levitt’s work to please send them to us.


about Levitt + Moss Architects

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Levitt + Moss was created after closure of the firm of Harold W. Levitt and Associates, when Mr. Levitt retired at age 79.
Kyle Moss, who had worked for Harold Levitt as Associate Architect, established Levitt + Moss as a new and independent firm. We remain indebted to Harold Levitt for the knowledge and philosophies that have been passed down through him. Read more about Harold Levitt and view photo archives .


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